Morning Dew, Sittin' On Top Of The World, The Other One > Cryptical Envelopment > It's A Sin, Hard To Handle Dark Star > St. Stephen > The Eleven > Lovelight
--The beginning of the first set is missing, and the setlist is also uncertain for that portion
--The quality appears to drop for the start of the 2nd set, probably due to low signal levels on the master. The quality picks back up at the end of St. Stephen
--Main Ten jam in Dark Star from 9:42 to 10:57
--splice at 3:12 in St. Stephen
--splice at 2:42 in The Eleven
--dropout in Lovelight @ 14:13
--Sound Forge was used for normalization and pitch correction
July 15, 2011 Subject:
interesting but chopped to hell
this is a cool little set, with the 2nd ever Main Ten during a decent Dark Star, but there is just too much missing to give a good rating...
April 11, 2010 Subject:
41 years ago today
i just started listening to this cryptial envelopment and it is one of the best i've ever heard, so i'm going to give this show a five star just because i think people should listen and comment. i would put it somewhere in the four point nine seven three stars
November 2, 2006 Subject:
'69 Dead fans will want this show!
Sound is pretty good, except for Dark Star through the cut in St. Stephen, which is a little more hissy but definitely listenable. Too bad The Other One is cut because the surviving Cryptical > It's A Sin is a monster. Worth the download for this alone, plus the nice slide work and Pigpen vocals on Hard to Handle. Dark Star fans will want to grab this one with an early Main Ten jam sandwiched between the verses. Nice Lovelight rave-up. Three-star rating takes into account the degraded sound in the middle of the tape, but the playing is 4-4.5 even for '69.
January 12, 2005 Subject:
?First Main Ten
Some hidden gems in what we have of this show. You can hear a primitve Main Ten jam during the Dark Star space (coincidentally starting just past the 10 minute mark, and lasting not much more than 10 seconds). Not the best quality...